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Don Monet’s Cube Gallery is on Wellington Street West near Smirle Avenue. — Hello … Don? Don are you there? Get your bearings buddy. Figure out exactly where you are. When Ottawa Magazine did a series of features in its … Continue reading
Too many things are going wrong at Ottawa City Hall. — The $8-million fiasco that is the result of the green-bin audit is part of a dreadful series of mistakes at Ottawa City Hall that is an embarrassment for public … Continue reading
Oh lookie here. What would be a holiday weekend in Ottawa be when absolutely no one is home (‘cept The Bulldog and a few shut-ins) without an emailed newsletter from the God, queen and empress of Kitchissippi Katie Hobbs. Hello … Continue reading
Hintonburg community activist Jay Baltz takes on Kitchissippi Councillor Katherine Hobbs in this email to The Bulldog. A mismatch to be sure: Saw your post on this (Hobbs Finds Bus Detour ‘Solutions’). Worse, maybe, than sending the announcement out on election … Continue reading
So what is one of the most controversial topics in Ottawa at present? Why the bus detour down Scott Street made necessary because of light-rail construction down the Transitway. The neighbours are up in arms. So when does Kitchissippi Councillor … Continue reading
This is a release from the City of Ottawa. It’s doubtful this will placate opponents in the effected neighbourhood, nor should it. OC Transpo will reduce the number of buses operating along the Scott/Albert Transitway detour by up to 18% … Continue reading
What is nice about the issue of buses on the Slater-Albert corridor is that residents and city officials are now talking. You will remember this plan was passed in the big light-rail vote and was not found by most people.
God bless all the people of Mechanicsville and Hintonburg who have worked so hard to make their neighbourhoods something of which residents should be proud. Wellington West has spruced up nicely with interesting restaurants and shops, but of course as … Continue reading
Here’s where Mayor Jim Watson’s priorities reside. When Rockcliffe and ManorPark complained about a $1-billion bridge that would bring trucks along the well-buffered Aviation Parkway, Watson immediately fought the bridge. That stopped the trucks and the profits and jobs that … Continue reading
The Citizen’s Joanne Chianello takes an unusually strong stand on Mayor Jim Watson’s handling of the Scott-Albert Transitway bus detour issue: The tone that the mayor is taking with residents is surprising. For Watson to blame residents for not knowing … Continue reading
This week Bulldog Ottawa readers had a blast debating whether residents should boycott development public meetings. Your agent says they are just dog-and-pony shows where people go through the motions of listening to resident and then do what they please. … Continue reading
Detours for light-rail construction didn’t get a fair public hearing. — Contrition. That’s something you don’t hear very often from the City of Ottawa. This from Nancy Schepers, the head of Ottawa’s light-rail project and deputy city manager, on the … Continue reading
— The report for Dec. 9 on light-rail line construction detours has one problem. There’s nothing in it.
Seventy per cent of commuters in Canada take the car. That’s no doubt reasonably characteristic of Ottawa, as well. One of the great problems of intensifying in this city is that it does not have a modern mass-transit system in place. It … Continue reading
Kitchissippi Councillor Katherine Hobbs is already getting ready for the 2014 municipal election by doling out her first constituent goodies. Hobbs has been pushing out media releases lately like a printing press. She looks as though she is getting professional political … Continue reading
Hintonburg residents have created a video illustrating how close some houses will be to hundreds of buses diverted down Scott Street during the construction of the $2.1-billion light-rail project.
Ron Corbett, filling in for Afternoon Edition’s Rob Snow, discusses intensification in the old west end and the Scott Street Community Design Plan with Bulldog Ottawa’s Ken Gray. Gray and Corbett also talk about congested traffic in the area on CFRA with … Continue reading
What’s going on in this town? Can’t women walk around safely in the old west end without some nut case attacking them? First, a woman in Hintonburg is struck with an object on the head in an unprovoked attack that … Continue reading
Here’s a notice of a meeting on the future of Wellington Village from Kitchissippi Councillor Katherine Hobbs. If you really want to see what’s happening in the area, click here: Dear Neighbours in Hintonburg, Mechanicsville, Wellington Village and Champlain Park,
Ottawa police have released a video of a man who is believed to have attacked a woman in Hintonburg. The woman was struck on the head with an object Tuesday around 2 p.m. on Bayview Road near the Burnside roundabout.
One wonders how building mountains of highrises can be reconciled with preserving old, low-rise neighbourhoods but then Kitchissippi Councillor Katherine Hobbs never ceases to amaze. Here is a release from her office. Dear Hintonburg, Mechanicsville, Wellington Village and Champlain Park … Continue reading
This is a release from the office of Kitchissippi Councillor Katherine Hobbs concerning a recent condo community consultation: Dear Neighbours, Thank you to everyone who has written, called, Tweeted and especially to those who attended last night’s public meeting on … Continue reading
Drivers have been holding target practice on pedestrians in the old west end this summer. Fortunately for the most part, their aim has been bad. Now here’s an unintended consequence of extremification. Traffic has become so gridlocked at times along … Continue reading
Ah to live in Orleans. You see if you dwell in the old west end (that Orleanians complain gets all the development), you get to be threatened by light rail being delivered to a park by your house or down one … Continue reading
The same old dog-and-pony show. This is a release from the office of Kitchissippi Councillor Katherine Hobbs: